For those who don’t know, the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame is located in the old Land Titles building on the south side of Victoria Park near Cornwall St.

With hockey season in full flight like Habs’ great Guy Lafleur speeding down right wing to blast a slapshot past Bruins’ goalie Gerry Cheevers, the Hall has put together a show exploring the sport’s rich history in Saskatchewan. Be it notable players who were born here, or teams that have called the province home, it’s all on display at the Hall until March 30.

Pictured above are some trophies that Saskatchewan teams once competed for in various leagues, while below is a photo of a display on the WHL.